An amazingly well written book, broad in scope and deep in thought.
He unabashedly clings to the most cliched female stereotypes, unwilling to admit that not all women are hyperemotional and irrational.
I am grateful to Keen for providing me this profound understanding and the experience of feeling true empathy for men.
Sam is one of the amazing sages among us and has captured the many varying meanings of the male essence. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Robin Reed
a bit dated but every man should read this, and every woman who is in a relationship with a man should read this too. Read morePublished 25 days ago by tom kresan
Its an old book (early nineties) but much of the content is still of relevance today. It gives a personal story and also societal and historical information and is not preachy or... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gaetan de Moffarts
Great read for any young (or old) man in understanding his position in life and with women and the WOMAN. Very balanced and not sexist.Published 1 month ago by pbass
Great book well written. kept me involved and willing. I am not a total fan of Sam Keen but this book is the bomb as my homies would say. Read morePublished 3 months ago by O. blair
this is the second time i've owned this book as my first copy wore out. while of course 'being a man' is a pretty subjective recommendation based on one's personal experiences, the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wm. P.
I read the hardback version of this book years ago. It was very eye opening to my own cultural programming. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chas Harrison